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bringing us some more rain to some of weather cells offshore and through the el diablo range the possibility of seeing some scourscattered showers but we have seen in some activity may be pressing to the east. that is spotty shower pattern continuing offshore but this is going to continue to maintain its for presence along the coast. the snowfall has started to pick up here lake tahoe. we will continue to see this overnight and the futurecast is pinpointing this very well. the snowfall is increasing overnight and widespread once again near the coast. very little activity as we go towards the later morning hours. 9:00 a.m., still that snowfall in full swing in relatively dry conditions for the bay area. it will start to taper off for the afternoon and the rainfall also not return to the bay area bike chilly conditions behind this storm. there is a frosted 53. for chilly conditions-behind these conditions. >> charles clifford has the current conditions in the mountains. >> after nearly 24 hours there is still a lot of fresh paw reticulated these caltran camerons along interstat
to open up around el miso and cupertino. and campbell. but heavier through milpitas and fremont. we still have a steady but the and should be in sight. event the next couple of hours. we are getting the tail end of a large storm system that has been impacting california and the entire west coast. it is about to make its way to the sierras. and the snowfall is an issue of to the west, there is another system. this is going further to the north. it will bring us clouds monday, and portions of the rainfall but it is not expected to get any further south. if this is a live look at the san mateo bridge and it is pretty wet. the rainfall totals have been really impressive. in the hills of sonoma county. this is to the west and the higher elevations nearly 4 in. in the last 48 hours the santa cruz mountains, nearly 3 in. and the snow levels have been above 7,500 ft. for so that has helped the travel situation. with an additional 6-12 in. possible with the winter storm warning in effect until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. snowfall totals at 6,000 ft. and here is the rainfall for tonight it is going to mov
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